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    Version: 1.10 | Updated: 03/23/13 | Printable Version | Search This Guide

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    / Pokedex 3D Pro Guide for the 3DS      	/
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    / LAST UPDATE:	March 23, 2013  		/
    / VERSION:	1.10				/
    / AUTHOR NAME:	Heather Cattles (Muku6)		/
    / EMAIL:	irisdrakon (at) yahoo (dot) com /
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    Table of Contents
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    	I.     Updates                  [UPDATE]
            II.    About This Guide         [AGUIDE]
    	III.   What's a Pokedex?        [POKEDX]
            IV.    Overview                 [OVRVEW]
            V.     Menu Options             [MNUOPT]
            VI.    Pokedex                  [POKDEX]
            VII.   Move Dex                 [MOVDEX]
            VIII.  Pokemon Challenge        [PKMNCH]
            IX.    Records/Album            [RECRDS]
            X.     AR Viewer                [ARVWER]
            XI.    Pokemon Codes            [PKCODE]
            XII.   Verdict                  [VRDICT]
            XIII.  Disclaimer               [DISCLA]
            XIV.   Credits                  [CRDITS]
            XV.    Author Notes             [ANOTES]
    
    
    
    
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    I.  Updates                                                           [UPDATE]
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    March 23, 2013
       - A code section has been added to the table of contents.  I've currently
         got a couple of codes there currently to unlock Pokemon in the Pro, and
         will allow me to add more should they release more.
    
    November 13, 2012
       - Been working on this guide since I got the Pokedex on Friday.  This
         guide is a product of love for the series and the Pokedex itself.  I
         wrote the guide on the free one, and I'm pleased to have been able to
         get this one going.  I have all the basics here, so anything from here
         on out is gravy.  Hope you enjoy!
    
    
    
    
    
    
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    II.  About This Guide                                                 [AGUIDE]
    ==============================================================================
    This guide is meant to provide some basic information about the Pokedex 3D
    Pro software available from the eShop for 15 USD (plus tax).  It is not meant
    as a replacement for buying the software, and may not fully contain all the
    information it does.  This guide is meant to help someone learn and navigate
    the software.
    
    My previous guide -- the Pokedex 3D -- which was a free version of the
    software (that is no longer available on the eShop), contained information
    about the Pokemon, Egg Groups, Moves, et cetera.  This guide will not
    contain as in-depth information about the Pokemon themselves.  I find that
    it takes away from the main focus of the guide, which is to help folks figure
    it out, but also, to be quite honest, would be a monumental task.  This
    Pokedex contains over 700 entries.  The previous one only had Pokemon in it
    that were in Black and White.  The 727 entries includes different forms
    of Pokemon and all, but it is a massive collection of data.  That information
    could warrant it's own guide, to be honest.  Perhaps another project for
    another time.  Or one for a brave soul to tackle.
    
    I will go into as in-depth as possible with this, but be aware that there
    is a manual for this software as well.  It provides a lot of the basic
    information I will be providing here.  To access this manual while within
    the software, press the Home button on your 3DS, then click the Manual
    button on the bottom screen.
    
    
    
    
    
    
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    III.  What's a Pokedex?                                               [POKEDX]
    ==============================================================================
    If you are a fan of the Pokemon games, then you'll know each game has a
    Pokedex.  The Pokedex in game only contains information only on the Pokemon
    you have encountered, caught, or traded on that game.  This Pokedex is a
    piece of software that only serves its purpose as a Pokedex.  You'll have
    access to all the Pokemon information you could ever need on all the Pokemon.
    
    So, what exactly is a Pokedex?  It's something that is basically an
    encyclopedia for Pokemon.  It's just full of information on each Pokemon,
    like their stats, picture (or in this case a model of the Pokemon in 3D), the
    Pokemon's cry, description, et cetera.  With the Pokedex 3D Pro, it contains
    every Pokemon in the National Pokedex.  So, if you purchase this you get all
    information on all Pokemon (including all forms), right off the bat.  This
    is literally a full fledged Pokedex this time.
    
    
    
    ***************************************************************************
    It is possible to delete your save data, should you decide you want to
    start over or whatever the case may be.  To delete the saved data:  after
    selecting the software from the Home menu, press and hold A, B, X, and Y.
    You should then follow the instructions on screen to continue the deletion
    process.  Keep in mind that once deleted, it cannot be restored!  Also,
    even if the data is deleted, photos and extra data will remain intact.
    ***************************************************************************
    
    
    
    
    
    
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    IV.  Overview                                                         [OVRVEW]
    ==============================================================================
    It should be noted that each section has different information on the screen
    that will be displayed.  I will be giving a screen over view of the main
    menu here.  Additional screens will be covered in their respective sections.
    
    The main menu in this particular version of the Pokedex is pretty simple,
    yet I think it is nicely laid out.  It leads off into different sections,
    but a few things we'll need to cover.
    
    
    
                                -=| Top Screen |=-
    
       ----------------------------------------------------------------------
       |                                                                    |
       |                                                                    |
       |                                                                    |
       |                                                                    |
       |                                                                    |
       |                           Pokemon Here                             |
       |                                                                    |
       |                                                                    |
       |                                                                    |
       |                                                                    |
       ----------------------------------------------------------------------
       | Date          Day                       \        Time         /    |
       ----------------------------------------------------------------------
    
       Pokemon Here    - This is where the Pokemon shows up on screen.
                         When you first start the software, the first 10
                         seconds or so is the Pokedex 3D Pro title screen.
                         After that it evolves into showing random Pokemon.
                         These Pokemon show up on a background that can be
                         changed in the Options menu.
       Date            - This is the date on your 3DS.
       Day             - The day of the date.
       Time            - This shows the current time on your 3DS.
    
    
    
                               -=| Bottom Screen |=-
    
          ----------------------------------------------------------------
          | <-                                                    [Gear] |
          |                                                              |
          |                       [Pokedex Entry]                        |
          |                                                              |
          |                                                              |
          |                                                              |
          |                                                              |
          |      Pokedex                          Move Dex               |
          |                                                              |
          |                                                              |
          |                                                              |
          |      Pokemon Challenge                Records/Album          |
          |                                                              |
          |                                                              |
          |                                                              |
          |      AR Viewer                        [*]                    |
          |                                                              |
          |                                                              |
          |                                                              |
          |                                                              |
          ----------------------------------------------------------------
    
       <-                - Go back a page.
       [Gear]            - Gear icon that leads you to an options screen.
    
       [Pokedex Entry]   - This will read as "Check this Pokemon's Pokedex
                           entry." on screen.  Every few seconds, a new
                           random Pokemon will show on the top screen.  If
                           you want to read up on that Pokemon, click this
                           button to go straight to the Pokemon's entry.
    
       Pokedex           - Go to the Pokedex section.
       Move Dex          - Go to the Move Dex section.
       Pokemon Challenge - Go to the Pokemon Challenge section.
       Records/Album     - Go to the Records/Album section.
       AR Viewer         - Go to the AR Viewer section.
       [*]               - Initially this spot is blank.  However, when
                           you get far enough in Pokemon Challenge, it
                           opens up a link to Today's Challenge.
    
    
    
    There's also some terminology you'll need to be familiar with.  Not much,
    as generally when I come across it, I'll explain it.  But, this will come
    up several times in the guide, and I'd like to start off with it so it's
    not confusing when you start coming to abbreviations for the types.  These
    are what you will see within the Pokedex, so it's probably best to
    familiarize yourself with them now.
    
    
        Type Name                Abbreviation
        ---------                ------------
    
        Normal                   NRM
        Fire                     FIR
        Water                    WTR
        Electric                 ELC
        Grass                    GRS
        Psychic                  PSY
        Fighting                 FTG
        Poison                   PSN
        Ground                   GRD
        Flying                   FLY
        Dragon                   DRG
        Bug                      BUG
        Rock                     RCK
        Ghost                    GHO
        Ice                      ICE
        Steel                    STL
        Dark                     DRK
    
    
    I may refer to them again in the guide with their abbreviations, but I
    can't promise.  So, if I fail to, please come back here if you're having
    trouble remembering.
    
    
    
    
    
    
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    V.  Menu Options                                                      [MNUOPT]
    ==============================================================================
    For the options menu, you'll be able to change some things, like the
    background, language, et cetera.  The top screen here is the same as if you
    were on the main menu itself.  It still cycles through Pokemon on top, along
    with the same information (date, day, time).  So we'll cover the bottom
    screen here.
    
    
    
                               -=| Bottom Screen |=-
    
          ----------------------------------------------------------------
          |                                                            X |
          |                                                              |
          |                                                              |
          |                                                              |
          |            Bookmarks                       Menu              |
          |                                                              |
          |       |Pokemon|  |Moves|             Scene                   |
          |                                                              |
          |                                      [1]   [2]   [3]         |
          |                                                              |
          |                                      [4]   [5]   [6]         |
          |                                                              |
          |                                                              |
          |                                                              |
          |                                      Window                  |
          |                                                              |
          |                                      [1]   [2]   [3]         |
          |                                                              |
          |                                      [4]   [5]   [6]         |
          |                                                              |
          ----------------------------------------------------------------
    
    This is what the options menu will look like, in it's simplistic form.
    What each thing does will be covered here in a moment.  This is what the
    window will look like though when you first go there.  You can scroll
    down to see more.  Below is an extra long look at how it looks if you
    were to keep scrolling.
    
    
    
                           -=| Extended Bottom Screen |=-
    
          ----------------------------------------------------------------
          |                                                            X |
          |                                                              |
          |                                                              |
          |                                                              |
          |            Bookmarks                       Menu              |
          |                                                              |
          |       |Pokemon|  |Moves|             Scene                   |
          |                                                              |
          |                                      [1]   [2]   [3]         |
          |                                                              |
          |                                      [4]   [5]   [6]         |
          |                                                              |
          |                                                              |
          |                                                              |
          |                                      Window                  |
          |                                                              |
          |                                      [1]   [2]   [3]         |
          |                                                              |
          |                                      [4]   [5]   [6]         |
          |                                                              |
          |                                                              |
          |                                                              |
          |                                      BGM                     |
          |                                                              |
          |                                      [1]   [2]   [3]         |
          |                                                              |
          |                                        [ON]  [OFF]           |
          |                                                              |
          |                                                              |
          |                                                              |
          |                                      3D Depth                |
          |                                                              |
          |                                      [Reduced]   [Normal]    |
          |                                                              |
          |                                                              |
          |                                                              |
          |                                      [   Switch Language   ] |
          |                                      [       Credits       ] |
          ----------------------------------------------------------------
    
       X                 - Goes back to previous screen.  In other words,
                           it closes the options menu.
    
       Bookmarks         - When you bookmark things in the Pokedex, this
                           is where they will show, depending on what was
                           bookmarked. . .
        > Pokemon        - If you bookmarked a Pokemon for quick and easy
                           access, then you will find its name in the list.
                           Just click on its name and it will bring it up.
                           If you press X now you will be on that Pokemon's
                           Pokedex entry.  You can remove a Pokemon from
                           the list by going to Edit at the top of the
                           list.  To register a Pokemon, go to it's entry
                           and click the gear icon.  Click Register under
                           the Pokemon tab.
        > Moves          - Here you can register Moves to quickly access
                           their information.  To register a move, go in a
                           Moves entry (via the Move Dex or through a
                           Pokemon's entry where it shows moves they can
                           learn), click the gear icon, and then click
                           Register under the Moves tab.  To remove a
                           Move from the list, click the edit button.
    
       Menu              - This column contains ways to adjust how the
                           Pokedex displays things as well as sound.
        > Scene          - This allows you to change the background on
                           which the Pokemon appears on.
    
                           [1] Black floor with light orange Pokeball designs
                               on the floor.  A gray sky with what looks like
                               bubbles in the sky arranged in near columns
                               and rows.  (Think it's to give a relation to
                               a Pokemon's height.)
                           [2] Green floor with darker green Pokeball designs
                               in the ground.  Fluffy clouds in a blue sky.
                           [3] A brownish ground with lighter color Pokeball
                               design in the ground.  Trees, as if in a forest
                               type setting, with the background as if the
                               sun were setting.
                           [4] The floor is the surface of a moon.  Two planets
                               are in the background of this space themed one.
                               One on the left is rusty colored and small.  One
                               on the right is larger and resembles Earth.
                           [5] Ocean floor.  What else can I say?  It's the
                               ocean.
                           [6] Large gray circle on the flood with the design
                               etched in by a lighter color gray.  Light pink,
                               blue and purple color gears float and move in
                               the sky area.
    
        > Window         - This changes the window color and design.  As in
                           the top and bottom part on the top screen.  You'll
                           notice bottom screen changes once you exit the
                           options menu.
    
                           [1] Black/Gray theme
                           [2] Green/Teal theme
                           [3] Red/Orange theme
                           [4] Purple/Blue theme
                           [5] Light Blue theme
                           [6] Yellow/Orange/Brown theme
    
        > BGM            - Changes the background music that plays while in the
                           software.
    
                           [1] Some sort of futuristic odd sounding music.
                           [2] Some uplifting, happy music.
                           [3] Some sort of space sounding piece.
                           [ON] Turns music on.
                           [OFF] Turns music off.
    
        > 3D Depth       - Allows you to adjust the 3D depth, should you have
                           it on.  (Usually keep mind off to have a longer
                           battery life.)
    
                           [Reduced] Reduces the 3D look a bit.  Might be good
                                     for folks who enjoy the 3D but get affected
                                     by it quickly or for long periods of time.
                           [Normal]  Normal 3D here.
    
       Switch Language   - Allows you to switch to a different language, should
                           you want to.  The following languages are available:
                           Japanese, French, Italian, English, German, and
                           Spanish.
    
       Credits           - For you to see who all were involved in this project.
                           It's a scroll through the credits yourself kind of
                           deal, so you can look at it at your own pace.
    
    
    
    
    
    
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    VI.  Pokedex                                                          [POKDEX]
    ==============================================================================
    The Pokedex is the meat and bones of this software.  I mean, the whole thing
    is named after this part it!  The rest of the things are just gravy.  This
    is where you'll be getting information on the Pokemon.  In this version, each
    time you go to a Pokemon's entry in the Pokedex, you'll hear a voice say the
    name of it.  That was a bit startling at first, as I wasn't expecting that.
    The free version did not have that.  For this example of a Pokedex entry,
    we'll use the first Pokemon in the Pokedex.
    
    
    
                                -=| Top Screen |=-
    
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       | Abomasnow    Frost Tree Pokemon                                    |
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       |                                                                    |
       |                                                                    |
       |                                                                    |
       |                           Pokemon Here                             |
       |                                                                    |
       |                                                                    |
       |                                                                    |
       |                                                                    |
       ----------------------------------------------------------------------
       | National Pokedex 460   |    [GRS] [ICE]    |    Gender  M/F        |
       ----------------------------------------------------------------------
    
       Pokemon Here    - This is where the Pokemon shows up on the screen.
                         You can use the joystick to get a 360 degree view
                         on the Pokemon.  You can even view it from below
                         and above.
    
                         I should note that if you have any pictures taken
                         of the Pokemon, and have attached to them to it,
                         that it will show your pictures here.  If you have
                         more than one, it'll do a slideshow of them.
       460             - This is the National Pokedex number for this
                         particular Pokemon.
       [GRS] [ICE]     - This area shows the type/types the Pokemon is.
                         In this case, this Pokemon is both Grass and Ice.
       Gender          - The gender this particular Pokemon can be.  The
                         choices that can be there are obviously the male
                         and female options.  But for some, gender can be
                         unknown.
    
    
    
                               -=| Bottom Screen |=-
    
          ----------------------------------------------------------------
          | <- [Pokeball]                                         [Gear] |
          |                                                              |
          |                                                              |
          |   HP        ||||    Attack    |||||        Defense   |||     |
          |   Sp. Atk   |||||   Sp. Def   ||||         Speed     |||     |
          |   Height    7'03"   Weight    298.7 lbs.                     |
          |                                              -----------     |
          |                                              |   AR    |     |
          |                                              |  Marker |     |
          |   [action]    [music]   [stop]               |         |     |
          |                                              -----------     |
          |                                                              |
          |   Egg Group      |    Monster         Grass                  |
          |                                                              |
          |                     [Pokemon Description]                    |
          |   They appear when the snow flowers                          |
          |   bloom.  When the petals fall, they                         |
          |   retreat to places unknown again.                           |
          |                                                              |
          |--------------------------------------------------------------|
          | /\ |-----------(  )------------------------------------------|
          ----------------------------------------------------------------
    
       <-                - Go back a page.
       [Pokeball]        - This brings you back to the main menu.
       [Gear]            - Gear icon that leads you to the options screen.
    
       HP                - Stands for Hit Points.  This is the Pokemon's
                           health.  The higher this stat is, the more HP
                           it has.
       Sp. Atk           - Stands for Special Attack.  The higher this stat
                           is, the more damage it deals with special moves.
       Height            - The Pokemon's height.
       Attack            - The higher this stat is, the more damage it deals
                           with physical moves.
       Sp. Def           - Stands for Special Defense.  The higher this stat
                           is, the less damage it takes from special moves.
       Weight            - The Pokemon's weight.
       Defense           - The higher this stat is, the less damage it takes
                           from physical moves.
       Speed             - The higher this stat is, the better chance it has
                           a chance to go first in combat.
    
       AR Marker         - Picture of the AR Marker to view it through an
                           AR Viewer.
    
       [action]          - The clapperboard is to get the Pokemon in the
                           top screen to do an action.
       [music]           - This musical note is to get the Pokemon to let
                           out its cry.
       [stop]            - This pauses the Pokemon in the top screen.  If it
                           was in the middle of an action, you may have just
                           gotten a great action pose!  Press again to allow
                           it to move again.
    
       Egg Group         - This is the egg group(s) the Pokemon is in.  There
                           are 15 egg groups.  All Pokemon belong to at least
                           one.  Some can belong to more than one, as our
                           example above does.  Or, they may be in one that
                           has not yet been identified.  The Egg Groups are:
    
                              - Monster
                              - Water 1
                              - Water 2
                              - Water 3
                              - Bug
                              - Flying
                              - Field
                              - Fairy
                              - Grass
                              - Human-like
                              - Mineral
                              - Amorphous
                              - Ditto
                              - Dragon
                              - Undiscovered
    
       [Pokemon Description] - This is the area where the Pokemon's Pokedex
                               entry description goes.  In the above example
                               is what it says in Abomasnow's.
    
       /\                - Pressing this button will bring up the mini menu
                           next to it.
       (  )              - Press this circle will also cause the menu to
                           spring up.
    
    
    
    The bars are a measure of a Pokemon's stat.  The less bars it has, the
    less it has of it.  So, from the above example, we can see Abomasnow's
    Speed and Defense are kind of low, but its Attack and Special Attack are
    kind of high.  Meaning he's a bit more set up to kill fast than worry
    about taking hits.  But, the above is just a piece of the whole entry.
    Now let us take a look at an extended view of the Pokemon's entry. . .
    
    
    
                           -=| Extended Bottom Screen |=-
    
          ----------------------------------------------------------------
          | <- [Pokeball]                                         [Gear] |
          |                                                              |
          |                                                              |
          |   HP        ||||    Attack    |||||        Defense   |||     |
          |   Sp. Atk   |||||   Sp. Def   ||||         Speed     |||     |
          |   Height    7'03"   Weight    298.7 lbs.                     |
          |                                              -----------     |
          |                                              |   AR    |     |
          |                                              |  Marker |     |
          |   [action]    [music]   [stop]               |         |     |
          |                                              -----------     |
          |                                                              |
          |   Egg Group      |    Monster         Grass                  |
          |                                                              |
          |                     [Pokemon Description]                    |
          |   They appear when the snow flowers                          |
          |   bloom.  When the petals fall, they                         |
          |   retreat to places unknown again.                           |
          |                                                              |
          |                                                              |
          |   Ability                                                    |
          |       Snow Warning                                           |
          |       The Pokemon summons a hailstorm in battle.             |
          |       ---------------------------------------------          |
          |       Soundproof*                                            |
          |       Gives full immunity to all sound-based moves.          |
          |                                                              |
          |                                                              |
          |   Evolution                                                  |
          |                                                              |
          |           [Pic]     =========\     [Pic]                     |
          |           Snover    =========/   Abomasnow                   |
          |                       Lv.40                                  |
          |                                                              |
          |                                                              |
          |   Matchup by Type           [GRS] [ICE]                      |
          |                                                              |
          |   x4    [FIR]                                                |
          |   x2    [FTG] [PSN] [FLY] [BUG] [RCK] [STL]                  |
          |   x1    [NRM] [PSY] [DRG] [GHO] [ICE] [DRK]                  |
          |   x1/2  [WTR] [ELC] [GRS] [GRD]                              |
          |                                                              |
          |                                                              |
          |   Moves                                                      |
          |                                                              |
          |        Name            Type    Kind       Pow.   Acc.   PP   |
          |        ------------------------------------------------------|
          |  L1    Ice Punch       ICE     Physical    75    100    15   |
          |  L1    Powder Snow     ICE     Special     40    100    25   |
          |  L1    Leer            NRM     Status       -    100    30   |
          |  L1    Razor Leaf      GRS     Physical    55     95    25   |
          |  L1    Icy Wind        ICE     Special     55     95    15   |
          |  L5    Razor Leaf      GRS     Physical    55     95    25   |
          |  L9    Icy Wind        ICE     Special     55     95    15   |
          |  L13   Grasswhistle    GRS     Status       -     55    15   |
          |  L17   Swagger         NRM     Status       -     90    15   |
          |  L21   Mist            ICE     Status       -      -    30   |
          |  L26   Ice Shard       ICE     Physical    40    100    30   |
          |  L31   Ingrain         GRS     Status       -      -    20   |
          |  L36   Wood Hammer     GRS     Physical   120    100    15   |
          |  L47   Blizzard        ICE     Special    120     70     5   |
          |  L58   Sheer Cold      ICE     Special      -     30     5   |
          |  TM06  Toxic           PSN     Status       -     90    10   |
          |  TM07  Hail            ICE     Status       -      -    10   |
          |  TM10  Hidden Power    NRM     Special      -    100    15   |
          |  TM13  Ice Beam        ICE     Special     95    100    10   |
          |  TM14  Blizzard        ICE     Special    120     70     5   |
          |  TM15  Hyper Beam      NRM     Special    150     90     5   |
          |  TM16  Light Screen    PSY     Status       -      -    30   |
          |  TM17  Protect         NRM     Status       -      -    10   |
          |  TM18  Rain Dance      WTR     Status       -      -     5   |
          |  TM20  Safguard        NRM     Status       -      -    25   |
          |  TM21  Frustration     NRM     Physical     -    100    20   |
          |  TM22  SolarBeam       GRS     Special    120    100    10   |
          |  TM26  Earthquake      GRD     Physical   100    100    10   |
          |  TM27  Return          NRM     Physical     -    100    20   |
          |  TM30  Shadow Ball     GHO     Special     80    100    15   |
          |  TM31  Brick Break     FTG     Physical    75    100    15   |
          |  TM32  Double Team     NRM     Status       -      -    15   |
          |  TM39  Rock Tomb       RCK     Physical    50     80    10   |
          |  TM42  Facade          NRM     Physical    70    100    20   |
          |  TM44  Rest            PSY     Status       -      -    10   |
          |  TM45  Attract         NRM     Status       -    100    15   |
          |  TM48  Round           NRM     Special     60    100    15   |
          |  TM52  Focus Blast     FTG     Special    120     70     5   |
          |  TM53  Energy Ball     GRS     Special     80    100    10   |
          |  TM56  Fling           DRK     Physical     -    100    10   |
          |  TM68  Giga Impact     NRM     Physical   150     90     5   |
          |  TM70  Flash           NRM     Status       -    100    20   |
          |  TM75  Swords Dance    NRM     Status       -      -    30   |
          |  TM78  Bulldoze        GRD     Physical    60    100    20   |
          |  TM79  Frost Breath    ICE     Special     40     90    10   |
          |  TM80  Rock Slide      RCK     Physical    75     90    10   |
          |  TM86  Grass Knot      GRS     Special      -    100    20   |
          |  TM87  Swagger         NRM     Status       -     90    15   |
          |  TM90  Substitute      NRM     Status       -      -    10   |
          |  TM94  Rock Smash      FTG     Physical    40    100    15   |
          |  HM04  Strength        NRM     Physical    80    100    15   |
          |  Tutor Seed Bomb       GRS     Physical    80    100    15   |
          |  Tutor Ice Punch       ICE     Physical    75    100    15   |
          |  Tutor Block           NRM     Status       -      -     5   |
          |  Tutor Icy Wind        ICE     Special     55     95    15   |
          |  Tutor Iron Tail       STL     Physical   100     75    15   |
          |  Tutor Snore           NRM     Special     40    100    15   |
          |  Tutor Synthesis       GRS     Status       -      -     5   |
          |  Tutor Role Play       PSY     Status       -      -    10   |
          |  Tutor Giga Drain      GRS     Special     75     75    10   |
          |  Tutor Worry Seed      GRS     Status       -    100    10   |
          |  Tutor Outrage         DRG     Physical   120    100    10   |
          |  Tutor Sleep Talk      NRM     Status       -      -    10   |
          |--------------------------------------------------------------|
          | /\ |-----------(  )------------------------------------------|
          ----------------------------------------------------------------
    
       Ability         - Special powers that are activated automatically.
                         Your Pokemon will have one of the abilities.
                         Abilities in Yellow (or in the case of only text
                         with no color, marked by the asterisk by Soundproof)
                         are hidden abilities that the Pokemon do not usually
                         have.
       Evolution       - These are conditions required for evolution.  If a
                         Pokemon has other form(e)s, they will display here
                         as well, with conditions required to get them.  You
                         can tap the Pokemon to go to its Pokedex entry.
                         Also, within the arrow it will tell you the level,
                         or other requirements, needed to evolve.
       Matchup by Type - You use this section to see how well a Pokemon's
                         move will fare against it.  Look at the moves type
                         you are trying to use against it to see where it
                         falls.  x4 is massive damage, while at the opposite
                         end it does little damage.  The two above the table
                         are the type(s) the Pokemon's entry you are viewing.
       Moves           - These are moves that the Pokemon can learn in
                         Pokemon Black Version 2 and Pokemon White Version 2.
    
                         For more information on the headings under Moves,
                         please refer to the Move Dex section.  [MOVDEX]
    
                         Under the Kind heading, Physical will be represented
                         by a Yellow jaggy bubble on an orange background,
                         Special will be represented by white circles on a
                         purple background, and Status will be represented by
                         a half gray/half white yingyang looking symbol on a
                         gray background.
    
                         Under the left side, where there is no actual heading,
                         there lies some information about how/when a Pokemon
                         learns the move.  The following should help with that
                         information:
    
                            Lxx   = Moves learned while leveling up.  The xx
                                    will have the level it's learned at.
                            TMxx  = Moves learned from Technical Machines.  The
                                    xx will be replaced by the number of the
                                    Technical Machine it's learned from.
                            HMxx  = Moves learned from Hidden Machines.  The
                                    xx will be replaced by the number of the
                                    Hidden Machine it's learned from.
                            Tutor = Moves that are taught by people to your
                                    Pokemon.
    
    
    
    Let's take a look at the menu at the bottom though.  If we press the
    arrow or the circle, a menu comes up.  This gives us the option to
    browse the list.  We can do a search, sort by, or swipe through the
    list to find the Pokemon we're interested in.
    
    
    
                           -=| Bottom Screen with Menu |=-
    
          ----------------------------------------------------------------
          | <- [Pokeball]                                         [Gear] |
          |                                                              |
          |                                                              |
          |   HP        ||||    Attack    |||||        Defense   |||     |
          |   Sp. Atk   |||||   Sp. Def   ||||         Speed     |||     |
          |   Height    7'03"   Weight    298.7 lbs.                     |
          |                                              -----------     |
          |--------------------------------------------------------------|
          |                                                              |
          |          Sort By [Name]         [Search]        727 of 727   |
          |   -----                                                      |
          |   | ? |------------------------------------------------------|
          |   |===| ? | ? | ? | ? | ? | ? | ? | ? | ? | ? | ? | ? | ? | ?|
          |   | N |===|===|===|===|===|===|===|===|===|===|===|===|===|==|
          |   | a | N | N | N | N | N | N | N | N | N | N | N | N | N | N|
          |   | m | a | a | a | a | a | a | a | a | a | a | a | a | a | a|
          |   | e | m | m | m | m | m | m | m | m | m | m | m | m | m | m|
          |   |---| e | e | e | e | e | e | e | e | e | e | e | e | e | e|
          |       |   |   |   |   |   |   |   |   |   |   |   |   |   |  |
          |--------------------------------------------------------------|
          | \/ |-----------(  )------------------------------------------|
          ----------------------------------------------------------------
    
       [Name]       - This is there by default for the Sort By feature.
                      In fact, you can Sort By several options:  Name,
                      No., Height, Weight, or Evolution.  When sorting
                      by name, you can press up or down on the D-Pad to
                      skip forward or back by a letter.
    
                         Name   - Sorts by alphabetical order.
                         No.    - Sorts by National Pokedex number.
                         Height - Sorts from shortest to tallest.
                         Weight - Sorts from lightest to heaviest.
                         Evolution - Displays Pokemon in evolutionary
                                     groups.
    
       [Search]     - A search function to allow you to browse through
                      the Move Dex a little more quickly.  You can search
                      by Name, Type (one or two types), Egg Group,
                      Ability, Registered Moves, and Region.  You can also
                      from this menu choose to Hide Form(e)s.
    
                         Name - If you search by Name, it'll ask you to
                                tap the first letter of the name of the
                                Move.
                         Type - This will give you a wheel with all the
                                elemental types listed.  Get the type
                                you want highlighted by red to search.
                                The -- means nullify the search.
                         Egg Group - This option will also give you a wheel
                                     choosing from the different egg groups
                                     to use as a search.  The -- means
                                     nothing will be searched and nullify
                                     that search option.
                         Ability   - Allows you use a huge wheel to alpha-
                                     -betically search (top of wheel
                                     starting at A) the Ability you want
                                     to look up.
                         Registered Moves - Limits list to Pokemon that
                                            can learn the Registered Move
                                            on your Bookmark list for Moves.
                         Regional  - Allows you to search for Pokemon by
                                     region the Pokemon were first discovered
                                     in.  Regions appear on a wheel to choose
                                     from.
                         Hide Form(e)s - When checked, other form(e)s of
                                         that Pokemon are not displayed.
    
       ?            - This represents a color on the top of each tab.
                      But what does the color mean?  It's telling you the
                      elemental type the Pokemon is.  Two colors on top
                      means it's a dual-type and both should be on top if
                      it is a dual-type.  If not, just one color will appear.
    
                         (NRM) Normal    - Light Gray
                         (FIR) Fire      - Orange
                         (WTR) Water     - Blue
                         (ELC) Electric  - Yellow
                         (GRS) Grass     - Lime Green
                         (PSY) Psychic   - Pink
                         (FTG) Fighting  - Red
                         (PSN) Poison    - Purple
                         (GRD) Ground    - Tan
                         (FLY) Flying    - Light Blue
                         (DRG) Dragon    - Bluish Green
                         (BUG) Bug       - Green
                         (RCK) Rock      - Gray
                         (GHO) Ghost     - Purple
                         (ICE) Ice       - Sky Blue
                         (STL) Steel     - Dark Gray
                         (DRK) Dark      - Dark Blue
    
       N            - The name of the Pokemon.  Clicking on this tab will
       a              bring you to the entry for it in the Pokedex.
       m
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    ***************************************************************************
                                     AR Markers
                                     ----------
    
    If you're interested in getting all the AR markers for the Pokemon to tag
    as found, then take the time and head over to Serebii.net.
    
                http://www.serebii.net/pokedex3dpro/pokemon.shtml
    
    You can fill it out with a bit of time.  Just make sure you're 3DS's
    outer camera is far enough away and slowly start scrolling through.  If
    you want a larger picture of the Pokemon, click the AR Marker and a larger
    one will appear in the middle of your screen.
    
    Do note that Meloetta, oddly enough, is NOT in this Pokedex as of current
    writing.  As such, you will be unable to scan the Meloetta AR Markers.
    Everything else, including different colors, different form(e)s, and
    different symbols (for example Unown) are all on the site.
    ***************************************************************************
    
    
    
    
    
    
    ==============================================================================
    VII.  Move Dex                                                        [MOVDEX]
    ==============================================================================
    The Move Dex has a lot of great information regarding the moves that Pokemon
    can learn.  It might seem a little intimidating at first glance, but it's
    really easy.  Hopefully by now you know the terminology.  Even if not though,
    I'll be including full names and as much information as possible to help out.
    I do realize not everyone may know it.  Let's take a look at the screen when
    we hop into the Move Dex.
    
    
    
                                -=| Top Screen |=-
    
       ----------------------------------------------------------------------
       | [Move Name]                                            [Move Type] |
       ----------------------------------------------------------------------
       |                                                                    |
       |  Pow.      xx          Acc.        xx            PP       xx       |
       |  Long         xx          DA          xx                           |
       |  Kind      yyy                                                     |
       |  Range     zzz                                                     |
       |                                                                    |
       |  [Move Description]                                                |
       |                                                                    |
       ----------------------------------------------------------------------
       | Move Dex                                                           |
       ----------------------------------------------------------------------
    
       [Move Name]        - This is the name of the Move you're looking at.
       [Move Type]        - This is the elemental type the move is.
       Pow.               - Stands for Power.  This is the attack power of
                            the move.  Basically gives you an idea of how
                            much damage it can inflict.
       Acc.               - Stands for Accuracy.  This is how often it can
                            hit.  The higher the number, the better for your
                            accuracy.
       PP                 - Stands for Power Points.  This is basically how
                            many times you can use that move.  (Before you
                            bring your Pokemon to a Pokemon Center to rest,
                            or provide your Pokemon an item that restores it.)
       Long               - Stands for Long-Range.  A long-range move can hit
                            any enemy regardless of their placement in a
                            triple battle.
       DA                 - Stands for Direct Attack.  A move that makes
                            physical contact with the enemy.  Some abilities
                            or other things may activate when a move involves
                            physical contact.
       Kind               - This describe the kind of attack.  There are three
                            types of moves:  Physical, Special, and Status.
       Range              - This shows the number and type of targets it can
                            affect in battle at one time.
       [Move Description] - This is the description of the move.  It should
                            give you an idea of what the move is about.
    
       xx                 - Numbers will appear in these slots.  If a - appears
                            then it means not applicable for that particular
                            move.
       yyy                - This will be replaced with the kind of move it is.
                            The three move types are:  Physical, Special, and
                            Status.
       zzz                - This will tell you the range of the move.
    
    
    
                               -=| Bottom Screen |=-
    
          ----------------------------------------------------------------
          | <- [Pokeball]                                         [Gear] |
          |                                                              |
          |                                                              |
          |                            [Effect]                          |
          |                                                              |
          |                                                              |
          |                                                              |
          |                                                              |
          |              Pokemon That Learn This Move:   aaa             |
          |                                                              |
          |                                                              |
          |    [  P  ]    [  P  ]     [  P  ]     [  P  ]     [  P  ]    |
          |    [  i  ]    [  i  ]     [  i  ]     [  i  ]     [  i  ]    |
          |    [  c  ]    [  c  ]     [  c  ]     [  c  ]     [  c  ]    |
          |                                                              |
          |     Name       Name        Name        Name        Name      |
          |      Lv.        Lv.         Lv.         Lv.         Lv.      |
          |                                                              |
          |--------------------------------------------------------------|
          | /\ |-----------(  )------------------------------------------|
          ----------------------------------------------------------------
    
       <-                - Go back a page.
       [Pokeball]        - Go back to the main menu.
       [Gear]            - Go to the options menu.  (Same menu as if you
                           were to access it from the main menu.)
    
       [Effect]          - This will tell you the effect this move has.
                           Basically what it does.
    
       aaa               - This will be the number of Pokemon that can
                           learn that move.
    
       [  P  ]           - Picture of the Pokemon that can learn the
       [  i  ]             move.  Click on the picture will take you to
       [  c  ]             it's Pokedex entry.
       Name              - Name of the Pokemon that can learn the move.
       Lv.               - In parenthesis below the name will be the level
                           the Pokemon can learn that particular move at.
    
       /\                - Pressing this button will bring up the mini menu
                           next to it.
       (  )              - Press this circle will also cause the menu to
                           spring up.
    
    
    
    The lower part of the bottom screen is a pop up menu.  If you bring it up,
    it looks like down below:
    
    
    
                           -=| Bottom Screen with Menu |=-
    
          ----------------------------------------------------------------
          | <- [Pokeball]                                         [Gear] |
          |                                                              |
          |                                                              |
          |                            [Effect]                          |
          |                                                              |
          |                                                              |
          |--------------------------------------------------------------|
          |                                                              |
          |          Sort By [Name]         [Search]        557 of 557   |
          |                                                              |
          |--------------------------------------------------------------|
          | ? | ? | ? | ? | ? | ? | ? | ? | ? | ? | ? | ? | ? | ? | ? | ?|
          |===|===|===|===|===|===|===|===|===|===|===|===|===|===|===|==|
          | N | N | N | N | N | N | N | N | N | N | N | N | N | N | N | N|
          | a | a | a | a | a | a | a | a | a | a | a | a | a | a | a | a|
          | m | m | m | m | m | m | m | m | m | m | m | m | m | m | m | m|
          | e | e | e | e | e | e | e | e | e | e | e | e | e | e | e | e|
          |   |   |   |   |   |   |   |   |   |   |   |   |   |   |   |  |
          |--------------------------------------------------------------|
          | \/ |-----------(  )------------------------------------------|
          ----------------------------------------------------------------
    
       [Name]       - This is there by default for the Sort By feature.
                      In fact, you can Sort By two options: Name or by
                      Power.
       [Search]     - A search function to allow you to browse through
                      the Move Dex a little more quickly.  You can search
                      by Name, Type, and Kind.
    
                         Name - If you search by Name, it'll ask you to
                                tap the first letter of the name of the
                                Move.
                         Type - This will give you a wheel with all the
                                elemental types listed.  Get the type
                                you want highlighted by red to search.
                                The -- means nullify the search.
                         Kind - This option will also give you a wheel,
                                albeit a smaller one than the Type search
                                gives you.  Basically here you only need
                                one side of the wheel, because it lists
                                Physical, Special, and Status.  The other
                                half lists the same thing.  The -- means
                                nullify the search.
    
       ?            - This represents a color on the top of each tab.
                      But what does the color mean?  It's telling you the
                      elemental type the Move is.
    
                         (NRM) Normal    - Light Gray
                         (FIR) Fire      - Orange
                         (WTR) Water     - Blue
                         (ELC) Electric  - Yellow
                         (GRS) Grass     - Lime Green
                         (PSY) Psychic   - Pink
                         (FTG) Fighting  - Red
                         (PSN) Poison    - Purple
                         (GRD) Ground    - Tan
                         (FLY) Flying    - Light Blue
                         (DRG) Dragon    - Bluish Green
                         (BUG) Bug       - Green
                         (RCK) Rock      - Gray
                         (GHO) Ghost     - Purple
                         (ICE) Ice       - Sky Blue
                         (STL) Steel     - Dark Gray
                         (DRK) Dark      - Dark Blue
    
       N            - The name of the move.  Clicking on this tab will
       a              bring you to the entry for it in the Move Dex.
       m
       e
    
    
    
    The menu below is to allow you to do several things.  You can sort the
    moves by Name or by Power.  You can also Search by Name, Type, and Kind
    to narrow your search.  Or, if you prefer, you can swipe across the move
    names below to browse through the list.  Clicking a Move tab will bring
    you to that Moves entry.
    
    
    
    
    
    
    ==============================================================================
    VIII.  Pokemon Challenge                                              [PKMNCH]
    ==============================================================================
    The Pokemon Challenge section is all about Pokemon trivia!  It tests your
    knowledge about Pokemon that is contained within the Pokedex.  Whether it's
    the Pokemon's cry, their height or weight, Pokedex description, or whatever,
    this will be your test to see how well you know your Pokemon!
    
    Before we get too far in, let's take a quick look at the screen layouts here
    to familiarize ourselves with the information being shown.
    
    
    
                                -=| Top Screen |=-
    
       ----------------------------------------------------------------------
       |   ______________________________________________________________   |
       |  |                     Pokemon Challenge                        |  |
       |   --------------------------------------------------------------   |
       |                                                                    |
       |                                                                    |
       |             Unlocked Challenges     /    zz (xxx%)                 |
       |                                                                    |
       |                         Perfect     /    xx (xxx%)                 |
       |                                                                    |
       |           Total Correct Answers     /    yyy                       |
       |                                                                    |
       |                                                                    |
       ----------------------------------------------------------------------
    
       zz     - This is where your number of unlocked challenges appears.
                Unlocking everything will yield zz to show as 35 and 100%.
       xx     - This is where your number of perfect games shows.
       xxx%   - This is the percentage of Unlocked Challenges you have, or
                in case of Perfect, shows the % of how many games you have
                successfully completed perfectly.
       yyy    - This number shows how many answers you've correctly gotten
                from completed games.
    
    
    
                               -=| Bottom Screen |=-
    
          ----------------------------------------------------------------
          | <- [Pokeball]                                                |
          |                                                              |
          |                                                              |
          |   01:  Pokemon: Unova                                        |
          |    Best Time    Average                          [Me-]       |
          |     xx:xx.x       xx%                            [dal]       |
          |                                                              |
          |                                                              |
          |   02:  Pokemon: Kanto                                        |
          |    Best Time    Average                          [Me-]       |
          |     xx:xx.x       xx%                            [dal]       |
          |                                                              |
          |                                                              |
          |   03:  Pokemon: Johto                                        |
          |    Best Time    Average                          [Me-]       |
          |     xx:xx.x       xx%                            [dal]       |
          |                                                              |
          |   04:  Pokemon: Hoenn                                        |
          |    Best Time    Average                          [Me-]       |
          |     xx:xx.x       xx%                            [dal]       |
          ----------------------------------------------------------------
    
       <-                - Go back a page.
       [Pokeball]        - This icon will take you back to the main menu.
    
       xx:xx.x           - This will show you the best time you've completed
                           this challenge in.  It goes:
                           minute:second.millisecond
       xx%               - Shows your average.
       [Me-]             - This shows you the best medal you've gotten
       [dal]               completing this challenge.  I've noticed if
                           you're really quick, it replaces a gold metal
                           with a gold trophy.
    
    
    
    There are many more challenges than the few you see here.  This is just
    what you'll see upon bringing up Pokemon Challenge.  Below are the names
    of the challenges you'll find in this area. . .  Unless noted, challenges
    are not timed.
    
    
    <<<  Pokemon Challenges  >>>
    
    
    
    01.  Pokemon:  Unova
         Tests you on your knowledge on Unova Pokemon.  It shows you the
         Pokemon, then asks you to choose its name out of four choices.
         In this challenge, you will be notified of wrong answers before
         moving on to the next question.  At the end you are shown how
         many correct answers you got, the percentage, the time it took,
         and your high score overall.
    
         >>> Opened by default.
    
    
    02.  Pokemon:  Kanto
         Tests you on your knowledge on Kanto Pokemon.  It shows you the
         Pokemon, then asks you to choose its name out of four choices.
         In this challenge, you will be notified of wrong answers before
         moving on to the next question.  At the end you are shown how
         many correct answers you got, the percentage, the time it took,
         and your high score overall.
    
         >>> Opened by default.
    
    
    03.  Pokemon:  Johto
         Tests you on your knowledge on Johto Pokemon.  It shows you the
         Pokemon, then asks you to choose its name out of four choices.
         In this challenge, you will be notified of wrong answers before
         moving on to the next question.  At the end you are shown how
         many correct answers you got, the percentage, the time it took,
         and your high score overall.
    
         >>> Opened by default.
    
    
    04.  Pokemon:  Hoenn
         Tests you on your knowledge on Hoenn Pokemon.  It shows you the
         Pokemon, then asks you to choose its name out of four choices.
         In this challenge, you will be notified of wrong answers before
         moving on to the next question.  At the end you are shown how
         many correct answers you got, the percentage, the time it took,
         and your high score overall.
    
         >>> Opened by default.
    
    
    05.  Pokemon:  Sinnoh
         Tests you on your knowledge on Sinnoh Pokemon.  It shows you the
         Pokemon, then asks you to choose its name out of four choices.
         In this challenge, you will be notified of wrong answers before
         moving on to the next question.  At the end you are shown how
         many correct answers you got, the percentage, the time it took,
         and your high score overall.
    
         >>> Opened by default.
    
    
    06.  Pokemon:  National
         Tests you on your knowledge on National Pokemon.  It shows you
         the Pokemon, then asks you to choose its name out of four choices.
         In this challenge, you will be notified of wrong answers before
         moving on to the next question.  At the end you are shown how
         many correct answers you got, the percentage, the time it took,
         and your high score overall.
    
         >>> Opened by default.
    
    
    07.  Pokedex Text
         Tests you on your knowledge of Pokemon descriptions from the
         Pokedex.  Some can be pretty easy, as it uses the Pokemon's
         name in it.  It gives you the description from the Pokedex, then
         you have to choose from one of the four Pokemon below as to
         which it belongs to.  In this challenge, you will be notified of
         wrong answers before moving on to the next question.  At the end
         you are shown how many correct answers you got, the percentage,
         the time it took, and your high score overall.
    
         >>> 50 questions right unlocks this challenge.
    
    
    08.  Pokemon Form(e)s
    
         **TIMED** challenge!!
    
         Tests you on your knowledge of the different form(e)s of Pokemon.
         They can show you a picture of the form(e) and ask you to choose
         which one it is.  They can also tell you what form(e) it is then
         ask you to choose which (tiny) picture in the boxes below it
         matches.  In this challenge, you will be notified of wrong
         answers before moving on to the next question.  At the end, you
         are shown how many correct answers you got, the percentage, the
         time it took, and your high score overall.
    
         >>> 65 questions right unlocks this challenge.
    
    
    09.  Perspectives
         Tests you on your knowledge of Pokemon from viewing from a different
         perspective.  It can start in a bit close, but as time goes on it
         zooms out a bit to get a clearer picture of that Pokemon in that
         perspective.  In this challenge, you will be notified of wrong
         answers before moving on to the next question.  At the end you are
         shown how many correct answers you got, the percentage, the time it
         took, and your high score overall.
    
         >>> 80 questions right unlocks this challenge.
    
    
    10.  Evolutions 1
         Tests you on your knowledge of a Pokemon's evolution cycle.  They
         will show you a picture of a Pokemon then ask what it will evolve
         into.  In this challenge, you will be notified of wrong answers
         before moving on to the next question.  At the end you are shown
         how many correct answers you got, the percentage, the time it took,
         and your high score overall.
    
         >>> 95 questions right unlocks this challenge.
    
    
    11.  Unown Forms 1
    
         **TIME** challenge!!
    
         Tests you on your knowledge of Unown.  There is an Unown for each
         letter of the alphabet as well as exclamation mark and question
         mark.  They show you a picture of the Unown and you must choose
         from the correct letter or symbol.  In this challenge, you will
         be notified of wrong answers before moving on to the next
         question.  At the end you are shown how many correct answers you
         got, the percentage, the time it took, and your high score
         overall.
    
         >>> 110 questions right unlocks this challenge.
    
    
    12.  Categories
         Tests your knowledge on the Category the Pokemon is in.  They show
         you the Pokemon, then ask you to pick which one you believe is
         correct out of four.  In this challenge, you will be notified of
         wrong answers before moving on to the next question.  At the end
         you are shown how many correct answers you got, the percentage, the
         time it took, and your high score overall.
    
         >>> 125 questions right unlocks this challenge.
    
    
    13.  Weights
         Tests your knowledge on the weight of Pokemon.  It will give you
         two Pokemon and ask which is heavier.  It only gives you a choice
         between two.  In this challenge, you will be notified of wrong
         answers before moving on to the next question.  At the end you are
         shown how many correct answers you got, the percentage, the time it
         took, and your high score overall.
    
         >>> 140 questions right unlocks this challenge.
    
    
    14.  Peeks 1
         Tests your knowledge of what a Pokemon looks like.  Takes a decent
         sized pinhole and goes over the blackened area to reveal the Pokemon
         behind it. Can you recognize it?  In this challenge, you will be
         notified of wrong answers before moving on to the next question.  At
         the end you are shown how many correct answers you got, the
         percentage, the time it took, and your high score overall.
    
         >>> 155 questions right unlocks this challenge.
    
    
    15.  Silhouettes 1
         Tests your knowledge of the silhouette of the Pokemon.  They give
         you a silhouette and you'll need to choose the right answer.  In
         this challenge, you will be notified of wrong answers before moving
         on to the next question.  At the end you are shown how many correct
         answers you got, the percentage, the time it took, and your high
         score overall.
    
         >>> 170 questions right unlocks this challenge.
    
    
    16.  Random A
         Tests your knowledge of Pokemon overall.  They could show you a
         perspective view (zooming out over time again), ask you what the
         Pokemon they show you evolves into, what its category is, a
         silhouette, Pokemon description, or ask what its name is.  In this
         challenge, you will be notified of wrong answers before moving on to
         the next question. At the end you are shown how many correct answers
         you got, the percentage, the time it took, and your high score
         overall.
    
         >>> 185 questions right unlocks this challenge.
    
    
    17.  Evolutions 2
         Tests your knowledge of Pokemon evolution again.  It can ask you what
         it evolves INTO or evolves FROM.  Be mindful of the wording here!
         In this challenge, you will be notified of wrong answers before moving
         on to the next question.  At the end you are shown how many correct
         answers you got, the percentage, the time it took, and your high score
         overall.
        
         >>> 200 questions right unlocks this challenge. 
    
    
    18.  Cries
         Test your knowledge of Pokemon cries.  Hope you've been paying
         attention!  In this challenge, you will be notified of wrong answers
         before moving on to the next question.  At the end you are shown how
         many correct answers you got, the percentage, the time it took, and
         your high score overall.
    
         >>> 215 questions right unlocks this challenge.
    
    
    19.  Silhouettes 2
         Tests your knowledge of the silhouette of the Pokemon.  They give you
         a silhouette and you'll need to choose the right answer.  It can do
         some different perspectives as well.  In this challenge, you will be
         notified of wrong answers before moving on to the next question.  At
         the end you are shown how many correct answers you got, the percentage,
         the time it took, and your high score overall.
    
         >>> 230 questions right unlocks this challenge.
    
    
    20.  Heights
         Tests your knowledge of the heights of Pokemon.  They'll provide two
         Pokemon and ask you which is taller.  In this challenge, you will be
         notified of wrong answers before moving on to the next question.  At
         the end you are shown how many correct answers you got, the percentage,
         the time it took, and your high score overall.
    
         >>> 245 questions right unlocks this challenge.
    
    
    21.  Move Types 1
         Tests your knowledge of type versus type.  They show you a Pokemon
         and it's type (if it is a dual type, it will show both), then ask you
         which type below would be most effective.  In this challenge, you
         will be notified of wrong answers before moving on to the next
         question.  At the end you are shown how many correct answers you got,
         the percentage, the time it took, and your high score overall.
    
         >>> 260 questions right unlocks this challenge.
    
    
    22.  Unown Forms 2
    
         **TIMED** challenge!!
    
         Tests you on your knowledge of Unown again.  Time is a bit
         quicker here than the previous one.  They show you a picture of
         the Unown and you must choose from the correct letter of symbol.
         In this challenge, you will be notified of wrong answers before
         moving on to the next question.  At the end you are shown how many
         correct answers you got, the percentage, the time it took, and your
         high score overall.
    
         >>> 275 questions right unlocks this challenge.
    
    
    23.  Move Descriptions
         Tests your knowledge on Move's explanations.  They will give you the
         moves explanation and you'll need to choose the correct answer below.
         In this challenge, you will be notified of wrong answers before moving
         on to the next question.  At the end you are shown how many correct
         answers you got, the percentage, the time it took, and your high score
         overall.
    
         >>> 290 questions right unlocks this challenge.
    
    
    24.  Types
         Tests your knowledge of Pokemon types.  If that Pokemon is a dual
         type then the answers below will have two types in the box.  You have
         to choose the box with both correct answers in it.  In this challenge,
         you will be notified of wrong answers before moving on to the next
         question.  At the end you are shown how many correct answers you got,
         the percentage, the time it took, and your high score overall.
    
         >>> 305 questions right unlocks this challenge.
    
    
    25.  Random B
         Tests your knowledge of Pokemon overall.  They could ask you the shown
         Pokemon's type, category, show a silhouette and ask for name, show a
         Pokemon and ask what it evolves into or could ask what it evolves from,
         ask what Unown version they are showing you, ask you to identify a
         Pokemon by its cry, do a Peek showing of a Pokemon, ask which is
         heavier, or even ask which is taller.  It's pretty much anything
         done previously which is fair game here.  In this challenge, you will
         be notified of wrong answers before moving on to the next question.
         At the end you are shown how many correct answers you got, the
         percentage, the time it took, and your high score overall.
    
         >>> 320 questions right unlocks this challenge.
    
    
    26.  Egg Groups
         Tests your knowledge of Pokemon Egg Groups.  This can be pretty
         tricky unless you're really familiar with some.  Some groups, like
         Water, have several egg groups!  In this challenge, you will be
         notified of wrong answers before moving on to the next question.  At
         the end you are shown how many correct answers you got, the percentage,
         the time it took, and your high score overall.
    
         >>> 335 questions right unlocks this challenge.
    
    
    27.  Peeks 2
         Tests your knowledge of what a Pokemon looks like.  Takes a smaller
         sized pinhole (compared to Peeks 1), and goes over the blackened area
         to reveal the Pokemon behind it.  Can you recognize it?  In this
         challenge, you will be notified of wrong answers before moving on to
         the next question.  At the end you are shown how many correct answers
         you got, the percentage, the time it took, and your high score overall.
    
         >>> 350 questions right unlocks this challenge.
    
    
    28.  Move Types 2
         Tests your knowledge of type versus type, but with a twist!  They show
         you a Pokemon but DO NOT show you its type this time.  They then ask
         you which type below would be the most effective.  In this challenge,
         you will be notified of wrong answers before moving on to the next
         question.  At the end you are shown how many correct answers you got,
         the percentage, the time it took, and your high score overall. 
    
         >>> 365 questions right unlocks this challenge.
    
    
    29.  Speeds
         Tests your knowledge of Pokemon speed.  They'll give you two Pokemon
         and then ask you which has the higher Speed between them.  In this
         challenge, you will be notified of wrong answers before moving on to
         the next question.  At the end you are shown how many correct answers
         you got, the percentage, the time it took, and your high score overall.
    
         >>> 380 questions right unlocks this challenge.
    
    
    30.  Abilities
         Tests your knowledge of what Abilities the Pokemon shown can have.
         They will give you four to choose from to choose the correct one.
         In this challenge, you will be notified of wrong answers before moving
         on to the next question.  At the end you are shown how many correct
         answers you got, the percentage, the time it took, and your high score
         overall.
    
         >>> 395 questions right unlocks this challenge.
    
    
    31.  Stats
         Tests your knowledge of the stats of Pokemon.  It'll take two Pokemon
         and ask you a question about them.  It could be which has higher
         Special Defense, which has a higher Defense, which has a higher Special
         Attack, which has a higher Attack, or which has a higher HP pool.  In
         this challenge, you will be notified of wrong answers before moving
         on to the next question.  At the end you are shown how many correct
         answers you got, the percentage, the time it took, and your high score
         overall.
    
         >>> 410 questions right unlocks this challenge.
    
    
    32.  Learnable Moves
         Tests your knowledge of the moves a Pokemon can or cannot learn.
         They can either show you a Pokemon and have you choose below what
         move they can or cannot learn.  (Be mindful of the wording here!)
         They can also give you the name of the Move then ask you to choose
         below which Pokemon can or cannot learn the move.  (The names are
         on bottom with tiny Pokemon pictures.)  In this challenge, you will
         be notified of wrong answers before moving on to the next question.
         At the end you are shown how many correct answers you got, the
         percentage, the time it took, and your high score overall.
    
         >>> 425 questions right unlocks this challenge.
    
    
    33.  Random C
         Tests your knowledge of Pokemon overall.  Pretty much anything can
         be fair game to ask that I've seen.  Just be prepared!  In this
         challenge, you will be notified of wrong answers before moving on to
         the next question.  At the end you are shown how many correct answers
         you got, the percentage, the time it took, and your high score overall.
    
         >>> 440 questions right unlocks this challenge.
    
    
    34.  Unown Forms 3
    
         **TIMED** challenge!!
    
         Tests you on your knowledge of Unown, yet again.  The time on this
         is a whole lot quicker than before.  They show you a picture of the
         Unown and you must choose the correct answer.  In this challenge
         you will be notified of wrong answers before moving on to the next
         question.  At the end you are shown how many correct answers you
         got, the percentage, the time it took, and your high score overall.
    
         >>> 455 questions right unlocks this challenge.
    
    
    35.  Random A SM
         Tests your knowledge of Pokemon overall.  Anything seems to go in
         this challenge.  However, instead of 10 questions as per usual, this
         one has you go up to 100.  First wrong answer pulls you out of the
         challenge.  From here you will see how many correct answers you got,
         the percentage, the time it took, and your high score overall.  When
         you reach the 50/100 mark you can take a break.  There's a screen
         that let's you know you're halfway done.
    
         >>> 470 questions right unlocks this challenge.
    
    
    36.  Today's Challenge
    
         **TIMED** challenge!!
    
         Tests your knowledge on pretty much everything it can throw at you
         about Pokemon.  You have 150 questions to get through.  First wrong
         answer ends your streak.  You'll be able to see your correct
         answers, the percentage, the time it took, and your high score
         overall.
    
         >>> Answer 10 questions right in Random A SM to unlock this challenge.
    
    
    37.  Keywords POKEMON
    
         **TIMED** challenge!!
    
         Tests your knowledge of Pokemon names.  You have 15 questions to
         answer.  In this challenge, you will be notified of wrong answers
         before moving on to the next question.  At the end you are shown
         how many correct answers you got, the percentage, the time it took,
         and your high score overall.
    
         >>> Appeared to be open after opening Today's Challenge.
    
    
    38.  Keywords 45Q7
         Tests your knowledge of Pokemon names.  This is a **TIMED**
         challenge!!  You have 154 questions to answer.  The first wrong answer
         ends the challenge, where you will then see the screen with how many
         correct answers you got, the percentage, the time it took, and your
         high score overall.
    
         >>> Appeared to be open after opening Today's Challenge.
    
    
    39.  Keywords ZR222222
    
         **TIMED** challenge!!
    
         Tests your knowledge of Pokemon.  Seems to pull any information and
         you have 50 questions to get through.   First wrong answer ends your
         challenge and you'll see the screen with the correct answers you
         got, the percentage, the time it took, and your high score overall.
    
         >>> Appeared to be open after opening Today's Challenge.
    
    
    
    For questions right, you need to finish a challenge.  It will then add all
    of your correct answers to your overall total.  So you can theoretically
    go through one challenge a bunch of times to get enough to unlock these
    other challenges.
    
    
    
                 --------------------------------------------------
                 --------------> Keyword Challenges <--------------
                 --------------------------------------------------
    
    You'll notice, if you open the manual on page 20, that it discusses Keyword
    Challenges.  The Challenges in green, Challenges 37-39, are based on
    Keywords.  (So don't worry if your last three Challenges don't have the
    same as mine above!)  To delete a keyword, just tap the Delete button to
    the right, and then you can write a new one.
    
    The chart below is the one the manual shows:
    
                  ------------------------------------------------
                  |     First      ||       Z      |    Fixed    |
                  |   Character    ||              |             |
                  ------------------------------------------------
                  |    Second      || Characters A |  Diffiulty  |
                  |   Character    ||  through C   |             |
                  ------------------------------------------------
                  |     Third      || Characters 2 |  Number of  |
                  |   Character    ||  through 9   |  Questions  |
                  ------------------------------------------------
                  |  Characters    ||     Any      |  Types of   | 
                  |    4 - 8       ||  Characters  |  Questions  |
                  ------------------------------------------------
    
    According to it, characters 4-8 decide things like the types of questions
    and the order.  They do state that you should enter characters into all
    eight spaces the challenges allow for.  If you enter "222222" for
    characters in slots 4-8, the Challenge will have new questions every day.
    Also, there are unique keywords for special questions.  From the manual:
    "Specific characters must be entered for these unique keywords to work."
    
    So what's the table telling us?  Well, for the first character, it always
    has to be Z.  That is a given.  The second character can be A, B, or C.
    That will affect it's difficulty.  The third character in the keyword
    should be one of the following:  2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, or 9.  This will
    affect the number of questions the challenge has to offer.  The last five
    characters of the keyword can be any characters.  These affect the type
    of questions asked.
    
    Each challenge is predetermined.  So, if you have a friend, you both can
    enter the same keyword in your Pokedex's and you'll both end up with the
    same challenge.  Perhaps then you can find out then who is the Pokemon
    Trivia master!
    
    
    ***************************************************************************
    Before deleting a Keyword Challenge, it's advised you be aware that data
    for it is attached to the keyword.  Entering a new one will reset the top
    score and average.
    ***************************************************************************
    
    
    While I've not tinkered with keywords and have settled in with the ones
    they gave me at start, I am willing to add a section in for Unique Passwords
    if the demand is up and the Challenges are interesting.  Please contact me
    if you think you've found something worth sharing.
    
    
    
    
    
    
    ==============================================================================
    IX.  Records/Album                                                    [RECRDS]
    ==============================================================================
    This area has a couple of things going for it.  And if you guessed both
    Records and Album, then we have ourselves a winner!  We'll first take a look
    at the Records area, then we'll delve into the Album part.  Covering the
    screens for both as well as some other information.  So without further
    ado. . . 
    
    
    
                      ---------------------------------------
                      --------------> Records <--------------
                      ---------------------------------------
    
    Since clicking the Records/Album button brings us straight into the Records
    area, with a side area of the Album, we'll cover this first.  Let's take a
    look at what the screens will be showing us for the Records area.
    
    ***************************************************************************
    The numbers below are going to represent my current numbers as of writing
    this. Obviously these numbers will change and yours won't reflect the same
    numbers I have.
    ***************************************************************************
    
    
                                -=| Top Screen |=-
    
       ----------------------------------------------------------------------
       | Records                                                            |
       ----------------------------------------------------------------------
       |                                                                    |
       |     Entries Read                      /      727      100%         |
       |                                                                    |
       |     Found                             /      727      100%         |
       |                                                                    |
       |     Remembered                        /      615       84%         |
       |                                                                    |
       |                                                                    |
       |     Challenges Available              /       35      100%         |
       |     Perfect                           /       19       54%         |
       ----------------------------------------------------------------------
    
       Entries Read           - This refers to the number of Pokedex entries
                                you have currently read.  First number is
                                actual number of them you've read.
       Found                  - This refers to the number of Pokemon you've
                                viewed in the AR Viewer.
       Remembered             - This refers to the number of Pokemon you have
                                correctly answered questions about.  Only
                                certain questions, according to the manual,
                                can increase this number.
       Challenges Available   - This refers to the number of Challenges you've
                                currently got opened.
       Perfect                - This refers to the number of Pokemon
                                Challenges you've received a perfect score in.
    
    
    
                               -=| Bottom Screen |=-
    
          ----------------------------------------------------------------
          | <- [Pokeball]  [gray] | [read] | [found] | [star]    [Album] |
          |                                                              |
          |                                                              |
          |   Emboar                 (rd)      (f)     (star) x5         |
          |                                                              |
          |   Timburr                (rd)      (f)     (star) x4         |
          |                                                              |
          |   Pidgeot                (rd)      (f)     (star) x3         |
          |                                                              |
          |   Sandshrew              (rd)      (f)     (star) x3         |
          |                                                              |
          |   Nidoran (f)            (rd)      (f)     (star) x3         |
          |                                                              |
          |   Venonat                (rd)      (f)     (star) x3         |
          |                                                              |
          |   Mankey                 (rd)      (f)     (star) x3         |
          |                                                              |
          |   Poliwrath              (rd)      (f)     (star) x3         |
          |                                                              |
          |                                                              |
          ----------------------------------------------------------------
    
       <-                - Go back a page.
       [Pokeball]        - This takes you back to the main menu.
       [gray]            - This is referring to when you click on the blank
                           area to the right of the Pokeball.  If you click
                           that, it will allow you to sort your list,
                           ascending or descending.  When you click else-
                           where it goes back to being the background color.
       [read]            - This has the same list looking icon that appears
                           in the top screen for Entries Read.  This marks
                           each entry by each Pokemon with that icon if
                           you've read the entry for it.  From what I can
                           tell, if you click this icon it sorts them by
                           National Pokedex number.  But, I imagine if you've
                           not read all the entries, then it'll bring the ones
                           you have to top first.
       [found]           - This has the same round, green icon from the top
                           screen that is attached to Found.  Pokemon entries
                           are marked with this symbol if you've scanned them
                           with the AR Viewer.  If you click this button, it
                           brings all the Pokemon you've scanned with the AR
                           Viewer to the top.
       [star]            - This star corresponds with Remembered from the top
                           screen.  It puts a Star symbol under this column
                           for getting the "Remembered (Pokemon)" here during
                           Pokemon Challenges.  Clicking this button will bring
                           the Pokemon with the highest count of being
                           remembered.  Click it again will reverse the order.
       [Album]           - This goes to your Album.  Check the next section
                           below for more information.
    
    
    
    The "snap shot" of the above screen is me sorting by Remembered.  (rd) is
    there to represent the icon it's been read, and the (star) is to represent
    the star icon and the amount of times the Pokemon has been remembered next
    to it.  (f) represents the Found icon.
    
    
    
    ***************************************************************************
                                     AR Markers
                                     ----------
    
    Interested in how I have all the found markers for the example above?  I
    actually have scanned all of the Pokemon in the Pokedex.  If you'd like to
    fill our your Pokedex for this without much trouble, take the time and
    head over to Serebii.net.
    
                http://www.serebii.net/pokedex3dpro/pokemon.shtml
    
    You can fill it out with a bit of time.  Just make sure you're 3DS's
    outer camera is far enough away and slowly start scrolling through.  If
    you want a larger picture of the Pokemon, click the AR Marker and a larger
    one will appear in the middle of your screen.
    
    Do note that Meloetta, oddly enough, is NOT in this Pokedex as of current
    writing.  As such, you will be unable to scan the Meloetta AR Markers.
    Everything else, including different colors, different form(e)s, and
    different symbols (for example Unown) are all on the site.
    ***************************************************************************
    
    
    
                      ---------------------------------------
                      ---------------> Album <---------------
                      ---------------------------------------
    
    So, now let's get to the Album, shall we?  The Album is pretty simple.
    Here you'll be able to organize the photos you've got registered in the
    Pokedex.  Let's take a look. . .
    
                                -=| Top Screen |=-
    
       ----------------------------------------------------------------------
       | Album                                                              |
       ----------------------------------------------------------------------
       |                                                                    |
       |   Photos Registered to Pokedex                                     |
       |                                                               0    |
       |                                                                    |
       |   Registered Pokemon                                               |
       |                                                               0    |
       |                                                                    |
       |   Photos Remaining                                                 |
       |                                                            2975    |
       ----------------------------------------------------------------------
    
       Photos Registered    - This is the photos registered to your Pokedex.
       Registered Pokemon   - This is the photos of your Pokemon registered.
                              Say you have 5 photos total:  2 of Landorus,
                              1 of Wailord, and 2 of Pikachu.  Your total
                              here would read as 3, because while you have
                              5 pictures, there are only three Pokemon
                              total represented in them.  (Obviously you
                              would need to check the register check box
                              when saving a photo to get it to register.)
       Photos Remaining     - The number of photos that can be saved to the
                              SD card.
    
    
    
                               -=| Bottom Screen |=-
    
          ----------------------------------------------------------------
          | <- [Pokeball] [Delete]                             [Records] |
          |--------------------------------------------------------------|
          |                                                              |
          |  [Pokemon Pic]      [Pic]   [Pic]                            |
          |  [Pokemon Name]     [ 1 ]   [ 2 ]                            |
          |--------------------------------------------------------------|
          |                                                              |
          |                                                              |
          |                                                              |
          |--------------------------------------------------------------|
          |                                                              |
          |                                                              |
          |                                                              |
          |--------------------------------------------------------------|
          |                                                              |
          |                                                              |
          |                                                              |
          |--------------------------------------------------------------|
          |                                                              |
          |                                                              |
          ----------------------------------------------------------------
    
       <-                - Go back a page.
       [Pokeball]        - This takes you back to the main menu.
       [Delete]          - This will not show if you currently do not have
                           any pictures here.  Click this button will allow
                           you to enter Delete mode.  Tap it, then hit the X
                           on the top right of the pictures you'd like to
                           delete.  Tap it again to get out of Delete mode.
       [Records]         - Takes you to the Records section.  (See
                           previous section for more information.)
    
       [Pokemon Pic]     - This is a picture of the Pokemon from the
                           software.
       [Pokemon Name]    - The name of the Pokemon under its picture.
       [Pic]             - Depending on how many pictures you have
       [ 1 ]               registered for the Pokemon will depend on how
                           many of these you see.  Remember, you can see up
                           to five per Pokemon if you've taken that many.
    
    ==============================================================================
    
    Each row will have a new Pokemon, depending on how many you have
    registered at the time.  So if you like to take a lot of pictures, you may
    have enough where you have to scroll down to see them all.  This is fine!
    Or, if you're like me, it'll probably be pretty empty.  Unless I can get
    a sweet picture of like Lugia or Umbreon.
    
    Like I said, the album is pretty easy to get around and understand.  And
    you may not ever really need to go there or play with anything.  Or, you
    may love taking pictures and being there.  Either way, it's pretty easy
    to get things done here.
    
    
    
    
    
    
    ==============================================================================
    X.  AR Viewer                                                         [ARVWER]
    ==============================================================================
    The AR Viewer is the section of the Pokedex that will allow you to read the
    codes for Pokemon.  This will allow you to interact with the Pokemon, take a
    picture, and other things.  First, let's take a look at the screen we'll be
    seeing in this section.
    
                                -=| Top Screen |=-
    
       ----------------------------------------------------------------------
       |                                                                    |
       |                                                                    |
       |                                                                    |
       |                                                                    |
       |                                                                    |
       |                        [Camera View Here]                          |
       |                                                                    |
       |                                                                    |
       |                                                                    |
       |                                                                    |
       |                                                                    |
       |                                                                    |
       ----------------------------------------------------------------------
    
    
       [Camera View Here]    - When you open this section, the top screen
                               will be showing what your outer camera is
                               pointing at.
    
    
    
                               -=| Bottom Screen |=-
    
          ----------------------------------------------------------------
          | <- [Pokeball]          \ AR Viewer /                  [Gear] |
          |                                                              |
          |--------------------------------------------------------------|
          |                                                              |
          |                                                              |
          |                                                              |
          |                                                              |
          |                                                              |
          |                       [Pokemon Info]                         |
          |                                                              |
          |                                                              |
          |                                                              |
          |                                                              |
          |                                                              |
          |                                                              |
          |                                                              |
          |--------------------------------------------------------------|
          |                                                              |
          | [Action]  [Stop]  [Music]    [Explosion]  [Podium]  [Camera] |
          |                                                              |
          ----------------------------------------------------------------
    
       <-                - Go back a page.
       [Pokeball]        - This will take you back to the main menu.
                           button to go straight to the Pokemon's entry.
       \ AR Viewer /     - Title on top of the bottom screen.  Below it is
                           where the Pokemon from the AR code 
       [Gear]            - Gear icon that leads you to the AR Viewer options
                           screen.
    
       [Pokemon Info]    - Where the information will show when your camera
                           is reading a code for a Pokemon.
    
       [Action]          - The icon is of a clapperboard.  (If you didn't
                           know the name of it, you do now!)  This gets your
                           Pokemon to perform an action.
       [Stop]            - The icon is of a stop watch.  This will freeze
                           your Pokemon.  So if he's in the middle of an
                           action shot, you might get a pretty cool pose.
       [Music]           - The icon is of a musical note.  It's not that it
                           does music, but gets your Pokemon to use its cry.
    
       [Explosion]       - Okay, so that's the best thing I could come up with
                           to explain this icon.  It's the icon for a Type
                           check.  Tap a type and see how effective it would
                           be if you used a move with that type against it.
       [Podium]          - The podium here is for comparing two or more Pokemon
                           within the cameras view.  Click on the stat and it
                           will tell you which is first in that, which is
                           second, and which is third.
       [Camera]          - This is to take a picture of the Pokemon.  (Or
                           what ever may be in your cameras view.)  You can
                           press the left or right shoulder button to take a
                           picture.  You can also press the button itself to
                           take one.
    
    
    
    Before we move on, let's take a moment to see what the bottom screen would
    look like if I had a Pokemon within my outer cameras view.  In this example,
    it will be Tornadus.  It just happened to be the AR Marker easier to
    recognize in the room I was in with the light.
    
    
    
                        -=| Bottom Screen with Tornadus |=-
    
          ----------------------------------------------------------------
          | <- [Pokeball]          \ AR Viewer /                  [Gear] |
          |                                                              |
          |--------------------------------------------------------------|
          |                                                              |
          |  National Pokedex 641       Cyclone Pokemon                  |
          |  ----------------------------------------------------------  |
          |                                                              |
          |     Tornadus (Incarnate Forme)                               |
          |       ____                                                   |
          |      /    \   (Fly)                                          |
          |     | [!]  |  4'11"     138.9 lbs.                           |
          |      \____/------------------------------------------------  |
          |                                                              |
          |                                                              |
          |    [View Details]                                            |
          |                                                              |
          |--------------------------------------------------------------|
          |                                                              |
          | [Action]  [Stop]  [Music]    [Explosion]  [Podium]  [Camera] |
          |                                                              |
          ----------------------------------------------------------------
    
       [!]              - This is where a small picture of the Pokemon you
                          are currently viewing will show up.  The (Fly)
                          next to it is telling you its type.
       [View Details]   - This is a large button here.  Clicking this takes
                          you to the Pokedex entry to read up more about it.
    
    
    
    
    
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                      ------> AR Viewer: Options Menu <------
                      ---------------------------------------
    
    The options menu is different for the AR Viewer.  It has its own set of
    options, dealing with how the Pokemon in the Viewer appear, as well as
    a chance to head over and photo manage, should you need to.  Let's take
    a look at the bottom screen for the options menu.
    
    
                               -=| Bottom Screen |=-
    
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          |                                                            X |
          |                                                              |
          |                                                              |
          |                                                              |
          |        Background Settings                [Album]            |
          |                                                              |
          |           [Load from]                  Scale Settings        |
          |           [ SD Card ]                                        |
          |                                         [On]   [Off]         |
          |                                                              |
          |                                                              |
          |         Microphone Spin                                      |
          |                                                              |
          |          [On]   [Off]                                        |
          |                                                              |
          |                                        o                 O   |
          |                                        ---------|---------   |
          |          Base EFfects                                        |
          |                                              [Reset]         |
          |          [On]   [Off]                                        |
          ----------------------------------------------------------------
    
       [Album]           - Click this button takes you to the Album section.
                           A good way to manage your photos if you feel like
                           you need to from here.
       [Load from]       - This button allows you to access your SD card to
       [ SD Card ]         pull images off of it.
       Microphone Spin   - With this on, if you blow into the microphone while
                           in the AR Viewer, the Pokemon you have up will spin.
                           Turn this off if you don't want it to spin or some
                           wind is causing your Pokemon to move without you
                           wanting it to.
       Base Effects      - This is just an On/Off switch for the base that
                           appears below the Pokemon in the AR Viewer.  If you
                           prefer not to have a base, just turn it to Off.
       Scale Settings    - This adjusts the size of the Pokemon.  In the ON
                           position, small Pokemon are made larger and large
                           Pokemon are made smaller.  In the OFF position,
                           Pokemon are displayed at the size with respect to
                           the AR marker.
       Slider            - The Slider is a Scale-Settings Slider.  It changes
                           the size of Pokemon from one-third to three times
                           their size depending on where the slider is.  RESET
                           places the slider back to normal size.
    
    
    
    
    
                    ---------------------------------------
                    ----> AR Viewer: Other Information <---
                    ---------------------------------------
    
    There's some other information that one might need or want to know.  I
    will include that information here.  But also, don't be afraid to check
    the manual that comes with the software.  It may cover some things I
    don't.
    
    - Photos taken with the camera are only in 2D.
    
    - When you take a picture, it'll ask you to Save Photo.  The top choice
      is Cancel, and the bottom choice is to Save to SD Card.  Below that
      will be a check box that will say "Register in Pokedex [Pokemon
      (form)]".  Where (form) is if it has a particular form.  Using
      Tornadus as an example from above, when I took a picture, it read
      "Register in Pokedex [Tornadus Incarnate Forme]".
    
         - When you save a photo taken with the Viewer and a marker, it is
           registered to the Pokedex and added to the images of the Pokemon.
           You can store up to 5 photos for the same Pokemon at once.  If
           you wish to remove some, you'll need to do so through the Album.
    
         - You can save photos without registering to them with the Pokemon
           in the Pokedex.  Just uncheck the box as you save it.
    
         - If a Pokemon is already registered with a photo, a Photo button
           will be displayed.  Tap it to open the Album, if you need to
           manage your photos or check out to see what photo(s) the Pokemon
           has.
    
    - This next part is taken straight from the manual on page 14.
    
      --------------------------------------------------------------------
                              See Life-Size Pokemon
    
         When the Scale Settings are OFF, Pokemon are displayed in their
      actual proportions.
         Make an AR Marker that is one square meter (approx. 3ft. 3in.)
      in size, and use the following settings:
            (1) Scale Settings are set to OFF.
            (2) Scale Settings Slider is reset.
      --------------------------------------------------------------------
    
    - According to the manual:  "the AR Viewer can recognized hand-drawn
      Pokemon AR Markers. [. . .] Pictures of Pokemon AR Markers that were
      taken with a digital camera can also be recognized.  If a friend has
      the application, you can recognize the Pokemon AR Markers displayed on
      your friend's screen."  (Manual page 15)  This of course also recognizes
      any AR Markers you've printed as well.  This page also provides tips on
      how to get one you've drawn recognized by the Viewer.
    
    
    
    
    
    
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    XI.  Pokemon Codes                                                    [PKCODE]
    ==============================================================================
    So, it's come to my attention there are codes to unlock Pokemon within the
    Pokedex Pro that weren't in there by default.  To access these Pokemon, you
    will need to go to the Pokemon Challenge section, then go to the bottom.
    Remember the green ones down below, that you can change?  You'll need to do
    so here.  I deleted one that I didn't care about then entered the code.  Once
    you've entered the code, you'll then need to tackle the Challenge.  It
    doesn't matter how many you get.  All that matters is that you try, from my
    understanding.  (I always do, so you know, hard to tell otherwise.)  Then, at
    the end you will be congratulated on completing the challenge and that you've
    unlocked the Pokemon whose code you put in.
    
    Here are ones that are currently available:
    
    Meloetta's keyword is:  TTQALFHN
    
    Genesect's keyword is:  PHSKUTDF
    
    
    
    
    
    
    
    
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    XII.  Verdict                                                         [VRDICT]
    ==============================================================================
    This is a bit of a leap from the norm for me.  I don't make a section in
    my guides giving my verdict on whether something is worth purchasing or not.
    Honestly?  Because to each their own.  And if I make a guide on it, it
    probably means I like it.  However, this was kind of a leap of faith in
    Nintendo on this.  It was easier to jump on board on the free one, because,
    well, who doesn't like free?!  But, I feel for 15 USD (plus tax), it probably
    warrants a bit of an opinion piece.  Especially since it's not a game.  It's
    a reference tool, and that can be a bit of an expense not knowing how well
    together something is put together.  So, below I will give my opinion on
    the Pokedex 3D Pro.  Take it for what you will.
    
    
    
                                     My Opinion
                                     ----------
    
    My initial reaction on hearing they were discontinuing the free Pokedex in
    favor of putting up a paid one was a bit of irritation.  I am a pretty cheap
    person, to be honest.  I had always hoped they'd update the free one to
    include all Pokemon, but honestly in the end I feel like it was a dip in
    the water to them.  To see how it would do, and to test it out.  But, upon
    hearing that this paid one would contain all Pokemon, I was a bit happy.
    Just felt like they could have added them to the old one, but I know there
    could have been many reasons they didn't.  I'm not here to speculate on that.
    
    There have been some changes, that which are interesting.  I really like the
    main menu in this particular version.  It's simple yet effective.  And they
    give you a button to press to go back to it if you want, along side with the
    previous page button.  Quite nice.  The voice saying the name on each Pokemon
    data entry is quite interesting.  I guess it settles if you should have a
    debate with someone on how something is pronounced.  I know a few of them I
    pronounced one way, the voice said it a different way.
    
    Obviously, another change, is the addition of all the other Pokemon.  That
    is a huge change.  Making this Pokedex a behemoth.  It's all the information
    that the previous Pokedex had, but for all of them now.  It's nice to be able
    to check the stats out that way.  I quite liked the way they presented the
    stats in the first Pokedex, and carried it over to this one.
    
    They also added some information to the Pokedex entries that the last one
    didn't have.  Specifically the Matchup by Type.  That is quite a nice
    addition to it.  It's great for a visual indication if you're looking to
    find something that is good to use against it.  Actually something that
    was sorely needed I think.
    
    The Challenges are the most fun for me.  I love them.  I am not really
    good at Pokemon cries (I second guess myself and end up finding my first
    answer is usually right, when I even think I have a guess), and I'm still
    working on the whole weight and height thing.  But, I have noticed for
    Pokemon I don't know all that well, I'm slowly remembering things about
    them.  It's definitely great to work on remembering more, because it
    definitely helps in battle with trying to think types of moves to use
    against a target.  By far my favorite thing, and if you like quizzing
    yourself on Pokemon stuff, I think you'll enjoy it too.  Enough of a
    wide variety of how difficult challenges can get depending on how
    confident you are.
    
    With that said, would I actually use this?  Well, it depends on what you
    mean by use.  I would use it for entertainment purposes.  Specifically
    challenging myself with the Challenges.  But use it while playing my
    game?  No.  I imagine this is meant to be used as a learning tool, but
    could be used along side the game should you choose to.  For me it
    would work since the Pokemon games right now aren't 3DS specific, I
    play them on the DSi LL.  But, honestly, if I need quick information,
    I'm probably more likely to bring up a FAQ or guide on GameFAQs and
    leave it up on my computer while I do so.  Like say for a type FAQ or
    something.  But we all have our own ways of handling things.  And
    sometimes they end up being ways we've just done so long, that they're
    hard habits to break.
    
    I can say I have gotten my monies worth out of it so far.  The
    challenges have kept me busy, and I've actually enjoyed using the AR
    Viewer.  I can see myself continuing to use it to strengthen my Pokemon
    knowledge.
    
    Ultimately, the Pokedex is a great tool.  Just don't expect it to be its
    own game or anything.  This is great for Pokemon fans, new and old.  It
    mainly is all about what you want to get out of it.  For me, it's the
    trivia, but also to really get in and learn some of those Pokemon that
    I didn't either bother to learn or didn't encounter often enough to do
    so.  It'll definitely help me in the long run playing Pokemon Black 2.
    But even if you aren't a fan but interested, it might be worth a look.
    Just don't expect more than a Pokedex and I think it'll be fine.  For
    the cost, versus the amount of information, I think it's a worthy buy.
    
    
    
    
    
    
    ==============================================================================
    XIII.  Disclaimer                                                     [DISCLA]
    ==============================================================================
    This guide should not be reproduced under any circumstances except for
    personal, private use.  No alterations may be made to this guide.
    
    This guide is free and under no circumstances should anyone be required to
    pay for this information.  If you've come across this guide after having
    paid for some kind of service or to view this guide specifically, please
    contact me.
    
    This guide is an exclusive to GameFAQs.  Any other that have this guide up
    are in violation of this guides copyright.  If you have any questions,
    comments, or concerns regarding this, please contact me.
    
    
    
    
    
    
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    XIV.  Credits                                                         [CRDITS]
    ==============================================================================
    NINTENDO
    	Obviously, without Nintendo, we wouldn't have Pokemon!
    
    SEREBII.NET
            For the wonderful list of AR Markers for folks to be able to
            scan them all in.
    
    TO ALL THE PEOPLE WHO HAVE READ AND USED THIS GUIDE...
    	Thank you for using this guide.  I put a lot of time and effort into
    	it to make it the best possible one for those seeking this
    	information.
    
    	For those new to the Pokemon world… welcome and enjoy your stay!
    	I hope that I've been able to provide some help for you and make
    	your experience a bit more enjoyable.
    
    
    
    
    
    
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    XV.   Author Notes                                                    [ANOTES]
    ==============================================================================
    This guide was created for the Pokedex 3D Pro software for the 3DS.  The
    information contained within is how to navigate the software as perhaps
    information to more easily use and find things within it.  This software is
    not free and costs 15 USD (plus tax) on the eShop.  (Prices may vary
    depending on region your eShop is in.)  This guide may NOT provide
    information regarding Pokemon themselves to assist someone playing a
    Pokemon game.  If it does not, then please refer to the game you are playing
    on GameFAQs for guides tailored specifically for that game.
    
    If you find any errors in this guide, feel free to contact me regarding
    the issue and I'll try to correct it as soon as possible.  If you have any
    comments, concerns, or you feel I've left something out of this guide please
    let me know!
    
    When contacting me in regards to this particular guide, please put "Pokedex
    3D Pro" in the title of the email.  This is done to ensure that your email
    is not considered to be spam, which is promptly deleted from my inbox.  This
    also ensures that I can quickly identify which guide you are contacting me
    about.  I have several up, so being able to know off the bat is extremely
    important to me.  Also, make sure to put the Pro in the title!  I have a
    guide on the free version of the Pokedex (no longer available) as well, so
    it may be confusing otherwise.
    
    I thank you for your time and hope you have enjoyed!